Facilities and features


Toilets can be found in the Church Hall opposite the church. There is always someone with keys at each service

The baby changing facility is in the Church hall

There is a small car park on Lidster Close at the Church Hall accessed by a steep ramp

The accessible toilet is in the Church Hall

Accessible car parking

The disable pathway leads from a gate opposite the Chinese takeaway and can be used for wheelchairs and mobility scooters

There is an induction loop in the church

Large Print

Assistance dogs are welcome

Our Building

Grade 2 listed building. The tower dates back to 13th century and the nave was renovated in 1857. The chancel still has the original stones. The list of Rectors dates back to 1222. The stained glass is mainly Victorian although there are some interesting windows dating from 1930s.

Music and Worship

Our bells are usually rung on the first Sunday of each month. There are six bells dating back to the 17th Century

We often have concerts in the church hall or in the church. See events tag for details.

We have a fabulous 1929 two manual Walker organ. It's a great example of an English organ of it's time.

We have a Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion service once a month on a Wednesday morning at 9.30am

Regular Choir

Groups, Courses and Activities

Our Mother's Union meet on the third Thursday of each month at 2.45pm

Help for Visitors

We are happy to arrange guided tours of the Church. Please e mail us to find out more

Guidebooks / Notes

The church is always open on Saturday mornings between 10am and 12 noon

Other Features

We collect non perishable goods to take to Open Hands charity in Leicester

Audio-Visual Facilities
Conservation Area

Sadly, our church and community hall is closed until further notice due to urgent building works.